English artist Peter Sutton has been living and working in Norway since 2000. After art school, he trained as a stained glass designer and maker, and most of his work can be seen in a variety of public buildings in both Norway and Great Britain. He has designed windows for the queen of England, created stained glass for a historic building on London Bridge, and most recently completed the entire alter wall for the new Honefoss Kirke (December 2017). Five years ago, he took up painting again with serious intent. And also found a new connection between glass and paint-both are dependent on light.